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NH 

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ANNUAL REPORTS 

DEERING 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

1967 




All property owners in the Town of Deering are 
reminded that they will be welcome at the Annual Town 
Meeting at 7:00 P.M. March 12, 1968, whether or not 
registered voters of the town. 

— By order of the Board of Selectmen 



The 1967 Town Report is dedicated to Mr. Henry 
Lothrop Herrick (1890 - 1963) and Mrs. Mary Rosamond 
Herrick (1890 - 1965). Mr. Herrick will be remembered as 
a fine artisan and craftsman, while Mrs. Herrick, also an 
artisan, evokes the memroy of her many years of faithful 
service to the Town of Deering. She served two terms as a 
State Representative, as well as several years as a Supervisor 
of the Checklist and Library Trustee. She also was a member 
of the Hillsboro-Deering School Board, including service as 
Chairman. 



Index 

Town Officers 2 

Town Warrant 3 

Selectmen's Report 7 

Planning Board Report 8 

Budget 10 

Inventory of Valuation 13 

Statement of Appropriations 14 

Comparative Statement 16 

Balance Sheet 18 

Schedule of Town Property 19 

Statement of Bonded Debt 20 

Town Clerk's Report 21 

Tax Collector's Report 25 

Treasurer's Report 29 

Summary of Receipts and Payments 30 

Detailed Statement of Payments 33 

Trustees of Trust Funds Report 42 

Auditors' Report 43 

Library Report 50 

Forest Fire Warden's Report 52 

Hillsborough County Budget 53 

Vital Statistics 56 



Printed By Pherus Press, Hillsboro, N.H. 



Town Officers 

Moderator 

Howard E. Whitney 

Selectmen 

John Snow William Kulbacki Leon A. Baghdoyan 

Town Clerk and Treasurer 

Clara T. Rich 

Tax Collector 

Howard E. Whitney 

Overseer of Poor 

Board of Selectmen (Chairman) 

Highway Agent 

Carroll E. Greene 

Supervisors of the Checklist 

Gladys Snow Evelyn Marotta Jean E. Farrell 

Auditors 

Marjorie Heath Eunice Willgeroth 

Ballot Clerks 

Ruth Wolf Marguerite Whitney 

Harry French Alice Kulbacki 

Library Trustees 

Alice Michie Myrtho Ireland Peggy Nugent 

Trustees of Trust Funds 

Edna Yeaple Catherine Carew Eleanor Fitzpotrick 

Police 

Donald Dumais, Chief Herschel Murdough, Officer 

Forest Fire Warden 

William J. Dumais 

Surveyor of Wood and Lumber 

Board of Selectmen 

Note: Mr. Mark C. Treacy resigned as Selectman on De- 
cember 18, 1967. Mr. Leon A. Baghdoyan was appointed to 
serve until the next election. 

Mrs. Jean E. Farrell was appointed to serve as Supervisor, 
as Mrs. Laila Steele moved to Hillsboro. 
Mrs. Peggy Nugent was appointed to serve as Library 
Trustee, as Mrs. Ruth Margulies moved to Vermont. 



TOWN OF DEERING 

State of New Hampshire 
TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Deering, in the County 
of Hillsborough, in said State, qualified to vote in Town 
affairs, greetings: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in said 
Deering on Tuesday, the twelfth day of March, next at 
seven of the clock in the evening, to act upon the following 
subjects: 

Polls will open at one P.M. 

Article 1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the 
ensuing year. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to accept the re- 
ports of the Town Officers for the previous year. - Submitted 
by the Selectmen. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to raise such sums 
of money as may be necessary to defray Town charges for 
the ensuing year and to make appropriations of the same. - 
Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $2,500.00 for Town Officers' salaries and 
$1,500.00 for Town Officers' expenses. - Submitted by the 
Selectmen. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the simi of $350.00 for election and registration ex- 
penses. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $600.00 for the upkeep of the Town Hall 
and other buildings. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $1,100.00 for Social Security payments for 
Town Employees. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $700.00 for Police and $1,000.00 for the 
Fire Department. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $125.00 for Blister Rust control. - Sub- 
mitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 



priate the sum of $1,800.00 for Insiu-ance. - Submitted by 
the Selectmen. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $500.00 for Damages and Legal Ex- 
penses. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum. of $200.00 for Civil Defense. - Submitted 
by the Selectmen. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the siom of $25.00 for Vital Statistics. - Submitted 
by the Selectmen. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $300.00 for the use of the Hillsboro 
Town Dump. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $2,000.00 for the sealing of roadways. - 
Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $6,000.00 for Summer and $9,000.00 for 
Winter Roads. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $425.00 for Street Lighting. - Submitted 
by the Selectmen. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $3,000.00 for the general expenses of 
the Highway Department. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,206.93 to secure Town Road Aid. - 
Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $35.00 for the Town Library. - Sub- 
mitted by the Library Trustees. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,000.00 for the Town poor and 
$1,200.00 for Old Age assistance. - Submitted by the Select- 
men. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $500.00 for the interest on short term 
loans and $550.00 for the interest on long term loans. - Sub- 
mitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,000.00 to meet the annual payment 
on the West Deering Moat Bridge, and $3,300.00 to meet the 



annual payment on the grader. - Submitted by the Select- 
men. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $6,000.00 for Coimty Taxes. - Submit- 
ted by the Selectmen. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $200.00 for the care of cemeteries. - 
Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to auction property taken by Tax Collector's 
Deed. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 27. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. - Sub- 
mitted by Selectmen. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will vote to raise the sum 
of $132.00 for the support of the Monadnock Region Associ- 
ation. - Submitted by the Selectmen, 

Article 29. To see if the Town will vote to have the State 
Tax Commission reappraise all properties located within 
the Town of Deering, and to authorize the Selectmen to bor- 
row such sums of money as may be necessary to defray the 
cost of said reappraisal, to be repaid over a period of three 
years. - Submitted by the Selectmen. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will vote to establish as 
an ordinance of the Town of Deering, New Hampshire, the 
following: 

No Structure or bmlding to be used as a dwelling shall 
be constructed without prior filing a notice thereof with 
the Selectmen, which notice shall include the general specif- 
ications and location for the proposed building or structure. 
Upon receipt of said filing, the Selectmen shall forthwith 
issue a permit for said construction, which permit shall be 
visibly displayed on the construction site, A permit fee of 
$1.00 shall be paid at the time of filing the notice. 

The permit shall issue for such period of time as the 
Selectmen shall determine. Any person who shall undertake 
to construct or have constructed, any structure or building 
to be used as a dwelling without first having obtained the 
permit as herein set forth, shall be fined not less than $10.00 
for each day of violation or neglect or refusal to comply 
with this ordinance. - Submitted by the Planning Board. 

Article 31. To see whether the Town will vote to author- 
ize and direct the Selectmen and Road Agent to prepare a 
10-year plan for the improvement and development of the 
roads and highways of the Town, and to require such plan 



to be presented to the next annual meeting of the Town for 
approval or modification by the Town; and further, to re- 
quire the Selectmen and Road Agent to substantially follow 
such plan as may then be approved in future years. - By 
petition (Names Submitted.) 

Article 32. To transact any other business which may 
legally be brought before this meeting. - Submitted by the 
Selectmen. 

Given Under Our Hands This Eighth Day of February, 
Nineteen Hiuidred and Sixty Eight. 

JOHN SNOW 
WILLIAM KULBACKI 
LEON BAGHDOYAN 

Selectmen of Deering 



A True Copy, Attest: 



JOHN SNOW 
WILLIAM KULBACKI 
LEON BAGHDOYAN 

Selectmen of Deering 



Report of the Selectmen 

ROAD CONSTRUCTION 

The 1967 Class V Highway allowance was used to widen 
the Long Woods road around the foot of Hedgehog Mt. 
There have been several accidents on this section of road 
in past winters due to it being too narrow. This was an ex- 
pensive project, yet we felt the ToAvn should not risk the 
chance of a fatal accident. We are planning to complete this 
project with the 1968 Class V money. 

REAPPRAISAL OF PROPERTY 

This year, at the suggestion of the State Tax Commis- 
sion, we have placed an article in the Warrant to see if the 
Town will vote for a complete reappraisal. A review by the 
Tax Commission of recent transfers of property in Deering 
shows that the assessments for tax purposes are dispropor- 
tionate. We feel the Selectmen have neither the time nor 
the proper training to do a complete reappraisal, and strong- 
ly recommend passage of Article 29. The estimate of the cost 
of a complete reappraisal is $4,500.00 which we propose to 
pay for over a period of three years. Passage of this article 
will require a two-thirds vote of the Town Meeting. 

GIFTS TO THE TOWN 

The Deering Community Club, active for many years, 
was disbanded this past summer. They have given the cool- 
er and gas stove to the Town, also the use of the coffee 
maker. Mrs. Ruth Lawson has the coffee maker, and may 
be contacted for its use. 



Deering Planning Board Report 

At the Annual Town Meeting on March 14, 1967, the Town 
Voted to create a five member Town Planning Board in ac- 
cordance with regulations described in Chapter 36, Sections 
1-15, State of New Hampshire R.S.A., 1955. The Selectmen 
appointed Dr. James M. Carew for four years, Leon Bagh- 
doyan for thi-ee years, Ernest Johnson for two years, Irving 
W. Ireland for one year and Selectman Mark Treacy, ex- 
officio. The Board elected Dr. James M. Carew, Chairman 
for one year. 

The Deering Planning Board has met ten times over the 
past year, with two of the meetings in joint sessions with 
the Hillsboro Planning Board. 

Considerable discussion and research on planning for the 
present and future of Deering has transpired which includes 
the following: 

1. The possibility of purchasing the Herrick Property to 
be used as a Town Dump was explored and studied but on 
entering into an agreement with Hillsboro to use their dimip 
at $300. per year, made this idea impracticable. 

2. The Planning Board recommended that the Selectmen 
direct the Road Agent to improve Zoski Road on Deering 
Lake. 

3. At a Special Town Meeting on July 8, 1967, the Trailer 
Ordinance as adopted at the Town Meeting 1967, was a- 
mended and unanimously approved by the voters, providing 
guidelines for the Selectmen in granting trailer permits, 
specifically, that the Selectmen must give substantial weight 
to the views and wishes of abutters and neighbors after 
a public hearing. This Amendment received the backing and 
approval of the Planning Board. 

4. The possibility of a Merger of the Towns of Hillsboro 
and Deering underwent a preliminary study by a Commit- 
tee consisting of Board Members and Selectmen from both 
Towns. A brief study proved that consideration of a merger 
and further study to be non-advisable at this time but to 
remain under open investigation by the Planning Boards 
until further study and application of the idea is improved. 
The Committees agreed that the two Planning Boards and 
Boards of Selectmen meet in joint session throughout the 
year to discuss topics of mutual interest. 

5. The appointment of a Town Health Officer has been 
considered. The Selectmen have served in this capacity 
in the past. 

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6. A preliminary study on Sub-Division Regulations has 
been made by the Planning Board as applicable to Deering. 
This project will receive further investigation during the 
coming year. 

7. A study on the need for road signs at various inter- 
sections of Town was made by Mr. Ireland. Members Ire- 
land and Baghdoyan have offered to design and construct 
twenty such signs to be placed as needed throughout Deer- 
ing. 

8. In 1967, the State of New Hampshire Legislature enact- 
ed into law RSA Chapter 147-2 and 149-E regarding Sewage 
Disposal Systems. The law reads in effect that all future 
dwellings must have a sewage disposal system approved by 
the State. To assure compliance of the law the Planning 
Board recommends passage of Article No. 30 requiring a 
Building Permit be obtained from the Selectmen prior to the 
building, erection or placement of any home, or dwelling. 

In January 1968, Selectman John Snow was made ex- 
officio member of the Board filling the vacancy created by 
Selectman Mark Treacy's resignation. 

The Planning Board feels that much has been accomplish- 
ed during its first year of inception. The members of the 
Board are appointed by the Selectmen and serve without 
remuneration in a true civic spirit and in what is believed 
to be in the best interests of the Town of Deering and are 
always open to receive suggestions and opinions from resi- 
dents and non-residents alike relating to matters of future 
planning for the Town. 

February 8, 1968 

JAMES M. CAREW, Chairman 
LEON A. BAGHDOYAN 
IRVING W. IRELAND 
ERNEST JOHNSON 
JOHN SNOW, Ex-OFFicio 

Planning Board 



Deering Town Budget 



Actual Estimated 

Revenue Revenue 

Previous Ensuing 

Year Year 

1967 1968 



Estimates of Revenue and Expenditures for the ensuing 

Year January 1, 1968 to December 31, 1968 

Compared with Estimated and Actual Revenue, 

Appropriations and Expenditures of the Previous Year 

January 1, 1967 to December 31, 1967 

Estimated 
Revenue 
SOURCES OF Previous 

REVENUE Year 

1967 

From State: 
Interest and Dividends Tax $ 450.00 
Railroad Tax 10.00 

Savings Bank Tax 40.00 

Meals and Rooms Tax 
Reimbursement a/c 

State and Federal 

forest lands 65.00 

Reimbursement a/c Exemption 

of Growing Wood and 

Timber 57.00 

For Fighting Forest 

Fires 65.00 

Reimbursement a/c 

Old Age Assistance 

From Local Sources 

Except Taxes: 
Dog Licenses 300.00 

Business Licenses, Permits 

and Filing Fees 50.00 

Rent of Town Hall and 

Other Buildings 
Income from Trust Funds 125.00 

Income of Departments: 

Highway 
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 4,500.00 
Withdrawals from Capital 

Reserve Funds 13,000.00 

T. R. A. 7,224.00 

Class V Highway 6,191.37 

Amount Raised by Issue 

of Bonds or Notes: 
Loans in Anticipation 

of Taxes 



745.48 $ 
10.09 
34.00 



59.75 



52.25 
609.57 

290.60 

30.50 

10.00 
187.53 

33.80 
4,774.01 

13,257.00 
7,243.30 
6,191.37 



750.00 
10.00 
40.00 

400.00 



65.76 

50.00 

300.00 
50.00 

175.00 

1,800.00 



8,046.19 
7,132.81 



30,000.00 20,000.00 30,000.00 



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Grader Loan 




9,900.00 




Porcupine Bounty Refunds 


14.00 


15.00 


13.75 


Head Tax 








Reimbursement 




16.94 




Insurance Rebate 




103.00 




In Lieu of Taxes 




166.17 


166.17 


From Local Taxes Other 








Than Property Taxes: 








Poll Taxes - Regular at $2 


300.00 


442.00 


400.00 


Yield Taxes 


1,000.00 


2,556.81 


2,000.00 



TOTAL Revenues from 
All Sources Except 
Property Taxes 

AMT. to be Raised 
by Prop. Taxes 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$ 63,391.37 $ 66,729.17 $ 54,399.68 
$ 99,419.83 



$153,819.51 



PURPOSES OF 
EXPENDITUnES 

General Government: 
Town Officers' Salaries 
Tov^rn Officers' Expenses 
Election and Registration 

Expenses 
Expenses Town Hall and 

Other Town Bldgs. 
Employees' Retirement and 

Social Security 

Protection of Persons 

and Property: 
Police Department 
Fire Department 
Moth Exterm. - Blister 

Rust & Care of Tree 
Insurance 
Damages and Legal 

Expenses 
Civil Defense 



Appro- 
pria- 


Actual Estimated 
ExPEN- Expen- 


tions 
Previous 
Year 
1967 


ditures 
Previous 

Year 

1967 


DITURES 

Ensuing 

Year 

1968 


$ 2,400.00 $ 2,449.75 $ 
1,500.00 1,343.74 


2,500.00 
1,500.00 


350.00 


197.17 


350.00 


500.00 


381.32 


800.00 


1,000.00 


1,072.23 


1,100.00 


700.00 
1,000.00 


638.65 
824.32 


700.00 
1,000.00 


125.00 
1,500.00 


125.00 
1,583.00 


125.00 
1,800.00 


500.00 
200.00 


401.80 


500.00 
200.00 



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8,500.00 
425.00 


9,891.79 
410.40 


9,000.00 
425.00 


4,500.00 

1,083.60 

30.00 


2,028.73 

2,169.16 

30.00 


3,000.00 

1,206.93 

35.00 


1,000.00 


493.04 


1,000.00 


1,200.00 


782.75 


1,200.00 



Health: 
Vital Statistics 25.00 25.00 

Town Dump 300.00 300.00 300.00 

Highways and Bridges: 
Town Maintenance - 

Summer 5,000.00 5,590.42 6,000.00 

Town Maintenance - 

Winter 
Street Lighting 
General Expenses of 

Highway Department 
Town Road Aid 
Libraries 

Public Welfare: 
Town Poor 
Old Age Assist- 
ance 

Public Service Enterprises: 
Cemeteries 200.00 200.00 200.00 

Interest: 
On Temporary Loans 500.00 249.24 500.00 

On Long Term 
.Kotes and Bonds 550.00 495.11 550.00 

Highways and Bridges: - 
Class V Highway 
Sealing Roads 
New Equipment 

Payments on Principal of 
Debt: 

Loans on Taxes 
Long Term Notes 
County Taxes 
School Taxes 

TOTAL Expenditures $153,521.24 $149,964.45 $153,819.51 



2,000.00 
23,157.00 


6,191.37 
23,157.00 


7,132.81 
2,000.00 


30,000.00 
1,000.00 
5,000.00 

59,275.64 


20,000.00 
8,224.00 
5,704.27 

55,030.19 


30,000.00 
8,669.77 
6,000.00 

66,000.00 



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Summary Inventory of Valuation 

Town of Deering, N. H. for the Tax Year 1967 

Lands & Buildings $ 2,637,083 

Public Utilities - Electric 181,200 
House Trailers, Mobile Homes & Travel 

Trailers Assessed as Personal Property 35 111,600 

Stock in Trade of Manufacturers 1,400 

Boats & Launches 22 4,450 

Neat Stock & Poultry - Dairy Cows 18 1,900 

Other Cattle 5 500 

Poultry 375 280 

Portable Mills 1,000 
Wood, Lumber, Logs, etc. 

(Not Stock in Trade) 20,000 

Snow Traveling Vehicles and Golf Cars 1 500 
TOTAL Valuation Before 



Exemptions Allowed 




$ 


2,959,913 


War Service Exemptions 


$ 39,000 






Neatstock Exemptions 


1,600 






TOTAL Exemptions Allowed 




40,600 


NET Valuation On Which Tax 




$ 




Rate Is Computed 


2,919,313 


Public Service Co. of N.H. 




$ 


181,200 


War Service Exemptions: 








Disabled veterans - 1 






8,000 


Other qualified persons - 31 






31,000 



TOTAL Number and Amount - 32 $ 39,000 

Number of Inventories Distributed in 1967 450 
Nimiber of Inventories Returned in 1967 332 
Nimiber of Veterans Exempted from PoU Tax 58 



This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. 
Date October 12, 1967 

JOHN E. SNOW 
WILLIAM KULBACKI 
MARK C. TREACY 

Selectmen of Deering 



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statement of Appropriations 
and Taxes Assessed 

For the Tax Year 1967 

Appropriations 
Town Officers Salaries $ 2,400.00 

Town Office Administrative Expenses 1,500.00 

Election and Registration Expenses 350.00 

Town Hall and Buildings Maintenance 500.00 

Social Security and Retirement Contributions 1,000.00 

Police Department 700.00 

Fire Department 1,000.00 
Blister Rust - Moth Extermination and 

Care of Trees 125.00 

Insui'ance 1,500.00 

Damages and Legal Expenses (Other $500.00) 500.00 

CiviUan Defense 200.00 

Vital Statistics 25.00 

Dump and Garbage Collection 300.00 
Town Maintenance (Summer $5,000.00) 

(Winter $8,500.00) 13,500.00 

Street Lighting 425.00 

General Expenses of Highway Department 4,500.00 

Town Road Aid 1,083.60 

Libraries 30.00 

Old Age Assistance 1,200.00 

Public Relief (Town Poor $1,000.00) 1,000.00 

Cemeteries 200.00 
Payment on Debt (Principal $1,000.00) 

(Interest $1,050.00) 2,050.00 

Sealing Roads 2,000.00 

TOTAL Town Appropriations $ 36,088.60 

Less: Estimated Revenues and Credits 

Interest and Dividends Tax $ 745.48 

Railroad Tax 10.09 

Savings Bank Tax 34.00 
Reimbursement a/c State and 

Federal Lands 65.00 

Revenue from Yield Tax Sources 2,090.58 
Interest Received on Taxes 

and Deposits 200.00 
Business Licenses, Permits 

and Filing Fees 50.00 

Dog Licenses 300.00 

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Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 4,500.00 
Rent of Town Property 

and Equipment 10.00 

Income from Trust Funds 125.00 
Poll Taxes at $2.00 (1967 Warrant) 

Number 229 458.00 

Cash Surplus 1,503.96 



TOTAL Revenues and Credits $ 10,092.11 

Net Town Appropriations $ 25,996.49 

Net School Appropriations 59,175.64 

County Tax Assessment 5,704.27 

TOTAL of Town, School and County $ 90,876.40 

Add: Overlay 2,541.61 

Amount To Be Raised By Property Taxes $ 93,418.01 

Taxes to be committed to Collector: 

Property Taxes $ 93,418.01 

1967 Poll Taxes at $2.00 458.00 



TOTAL Taxes to be committed $ 93,876.01 

TAX RATES 
Town 3.20 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this re- 
port was taken from official records and is correct to the best 
of our knowledge and belief. 

Date October 12, 1967 

WILLIAM KULBACKI 
JOHN E. SNOW 

Selectmen of Deering 



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Balance Sheet 

Fiscal Year January 1, 1967 to December 31, 1967 
ASSETS 



Cash: 








In hands of treasurer 




$ 40,497.53 


Capital Reserve Funds: 








New Road Equipment 






333.12 


Unredeemed taxes: 








Levy of 1966 


$ 1,171.81 






Levy of 1965 


123.85 


$ 








1,295.66 


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Levy of 1967 


$ 10,544.05 






Levy of 1966 


291.58 






State Head Taxes Levy of 1967 


340.00 






State Head Taxes Previous Years 


15.00 







$ 11,190.63 

TOTAL ASSET $ 53,316.94 

Excess of liabilities over assets (Net Debt) 2,438.16 

GRAND TOTAL $ 55,755.10 

Net Debt, December 31, 1966 5,707.48 

Net Debt, December 31, 1967 2,438.16 

Decrease of Debt 3,269.32 

LIABILITIES 
Accounts owed by the Town: 

Sealing Roads $ 2,000.00 

Due to State: 

State Head Taxes— 1967 

(Uncollected $340.00) (CoUected 
— not remitted to 

State Treas. $60.00) $ 400.00 

Yield Tax— Bond & 

Debt Retirement (Uncollected 
$33.77) (Collected— not re- 
mitted to State Treas. $442.80) 476.57 



Due to School Districts: 
Balance of School Tax 
Capital Reserve Funds: 



$ 876.57 

$ 36,275.64 
333.12 



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Long Term Notes Outstanding: 
Loan For Accelerated T.R.A. 
Loan For Moat Bridge 
Loan For New Grader 



TOTAL LIABILITIES 
GRAND TOTAL 



$ 4,369.77 
2,000.00 
9,900.00 



16,269.77 
$ 55,755.10 
$ 55,755.10 



Schedule of Town Property 

DESCRIPTION VALUE 

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $ 10,250.00 

Furniture and Equipment 400.00 

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 750.00 

Furniture and Equipment 100.00 

Police Department, Equipment 200.00 

Fire Department, Equipment 500.00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 2,000.00 

Equipment 30,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 1,000.00 

Water Supply, if owned by Town 1,500.00 
All Lands and Buildings acquired 

through Tax Collector's deeds 

15 Acres - Former G. Murray 200.00 

TOTAL $ 46,900.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. 
Date February 5, 1968 

JOHN E. SNOW 
WILLIAM KULBACKI 
LEON BAGHDOYAN 

Selectmen of Deering 

CLARA T. RICH 

Treasurer 



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Town Clerk's Report 

Fiscal Year January 1, 1967 to December 31, 1967 

Receipts 

Automobile Permits for 1966 $ 44.80 

Automobile Permits for 1967 4,628.36 

Automobile Permits for 1968 100.85 



Dog Licenses 


$ 


4,774.01 
313.00 


TOTAL 

PAID TO TOWN TREASURER 
Automobile Permits 
112 Dog Licenses 


$ 
$ 


5,087.01 

4,774.01 
290.60 



TOTAL $ 5,064.61 

CLARA T. RICH 

Town Clerk 



TOWN OF DEERING 

Report of Annual Town Meeting, Peering, N. H. 
March 14, 1967 

A legal meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Deering 
was called to order at 7:15 p.m. The meeting was opened 
with The Lords Prayer. 

Article 1. Ballots were cast as follows, Selectman for three 
years; Mark Treacy - 97 votes. Leon Baghdoyan - 61 votes. 
Town Clerk; Clara T. Rich - 149 votes. Town Treasurer; 
Clara T. Rich - 151 votes. Tax Collector; Howard E. Whitney 
-149 votes. Overseer of Welfare; Board of Selectmen - 135 
votes. Highway Agent; Carroll E. Greene - 93 votes. Percy 
Putnam - 55 votes. Auditors; Marjorie Heath - 142 votes 
and Eunice Willgeroth - 144 votes. Library Trustee for three 
years; Alice Michie - 101 votes. Rita Morgan - 44 votes. 
Trustee of Trust Funds for three years - Eleanor Fitzpatrick 
- 141 votes. Chief of Police; Donald Dumais - 148 votes. 
PoHce Officer; Herschel Murdough - 149 votes. Surveyor 
of Wood and Lumber; Board of Selectmen - 137 votes. 

Article 2. It was voted to accept the Reports of the Town 

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Officers for the previous year. 

Article 3. It was voted to raise such sums of money as may 
be necessary to defray Town Charges for the ensuing year 
and to make appropriations of the same. 

Article 4. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $2,400.00 for Town Officers' salaries and $1,500.00 for 
Town Officers expenses. 

Article 5. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $350.00 for Election and registration expenses. 

Article 6. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $500.00 for the upkeep of the Town Hall and other build- 
ings. 

Article 7. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1,000.00 for Social Security payments for Town Employ- 
ees. 

Article 8. It was voted on amendment, to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $700.00 for Police and $1,000.00 for the Fire 
Department. The Police to receive $1.75 per hour. 

Article 9. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $125.00 for Bhster Rust Control. 

Article 10. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1,500.00 for Insurance. 

Article 11. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $500.00 for damages and Legal Expenses. 

Article 12. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $200.00 for Civil Defense. 

Article 13. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $25.00 for Vital Statistics. 

Article 14. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $2,000.00 for sealing of roadways. 

Article 15. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $5,000.00 for Summer and $8,500.00 for Winter Roads. 

Article 16. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $425.00 for Street Lighting. 

Article 17. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $4,500.00 for the general expense of the Highway Depart- 
ment. 

Article 18. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1,083.60 to secure Town Road Aid. 

Article 19. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $30.00 for the Town Library. 

Article 20. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1,000.00 for Town Poor and $1,200.00 for Old Age Assis- 
tance. 

Article 21. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $500.00 for interest on short term loans and $550.00 for 
interest on long term loans. 

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Article 22. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1,000.00 to meet the annual payment on the West Deering 
Moat Bridge. 

Article 23. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $5,000.00 for County Taxes. 

Article 24. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $200.00 for the care of cemeteries. 

Article 25. It was voted to authorize the Selectmen to 
auction property taken by Tax Collector's Deed. 

Article 26. It was voted to authorize the Selectmen to 
borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Ai'ticle 27. It was voted, on amendment, to take up Article 
27, at adjourned Town Meeting on Monday, May 15, 1967, 
at 8 p.m. At which time further discussion will take place 
with the Selectmen presenting financial figures. 

Article 28. It was voted, 60 yes, 25 no, for the Town to 
adopt as an ordinance of the Town of Deering for the pur- 
pose of maintaining the general property values, atmosphere 
and well being of the Town, the following; No trailer or 
mobile home shall hereafter be located within the Town of 
Deering; unless the same mobile home shall be in a duly 
established and licensed trailer or mobile home park, or un- 
less a person desiring to locate a trailer or mobile home not 
in such a park, shall upon petition and public hearing obtain 
the permission in writing of the Selectmen of the Town; 
said party shall have the right of appeal as set forth in Re- 
vised Statue annotated. Chapter 31, Section 74 and following 
as if said Selectmen were a board of adjustment. 

Article 29. It was voted for the Town to adopt as a local 
ordinance governing the licensing and regulation of Trailer 
or Mobile Home Parks, the regulations proposed by the 
Selectmen as posted and published with this warrant. Under 
section 2, it was voted to charge an annual fee of $25.00. 

Article 30. It was voted for the Town to create a five mem- 
ber Town Planning Board in accordance with regulations 
described in Chapter 36, Section 1-15, State of New Hamp- 
shire R.S.A. 1955. 

Article 31. It was voted to have the Town adopt an ordin- 
ance for the regulation of, care and maintenance, of ceme- 
teries within the Town of Deering, as proposed and posted 
by the Cemetery Committee and printed in the Annual Re- 
port. Under Article 7 of the ordinance it was voted to include 
the following: These regulations shall not apply to any 
privately owned cemetery now in being and operated as a 
business and for which there is a charge made for the sale 
of burial lots. 

Article 32. It was voted to purchase all of the "Herrick" 

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property located on Route 149, not to exceed $15,000.00 and 
appropriated money for same. The property to be maintained 
by the Town as a sand and gravel pit and used as a sanitary 
fill area. By amendment it was voted to empower the Select- 
men to sell or rent, any or all of the property. 

Article 33. It was voted to preserve the beauty of our 
countryside by establishing control of billboards and signs 
in the Town of Deering. First, by prohibiting billboards and 
other signs advertising businesses, products, etc.; located 
outside of Deering. Second, by having any Deering resident 
wishing to erect a commercial sign/signs for his business 
in Deering submit plans for such sign/signs to the Select- 
men. Such signs, if approved by all Selectmen, will be lim- 
ited in number and size, as well as to being in keeping with 
the decorum of the landscape. Part three, relative to replac- 
ing signs already existing in Deering was withdrawn. 

Article 34. It was voted to have Mr. and Mrs. Herricks 
picture on next years Town Report. A moment of silence 
was observed in memory of Mi's. Marie Wells. It was voted 
to have the Planning Board select a committee to plan Old 
Home Day. It was voted to adjourn until May 15, at 8 p.m., 
to take up Article 27. 

I hereby certify that the above is correct, according to 
the best of my knowledge and belief. 

CLARA T. RICH 

Town Clerk 

Adjourned Session, May 15, 1967 

The adjourned meeting was opened at 8:10 p.m. May 15, 
1967. 

Article 27. It was voted to authorize the Selectmen to 
purchase a new Road Grader and to pay for said purchase 
by withdrawing the balance in the Capitol Reserve fund for 
Road Equipment, trading in the presently owned Road Grad- 
er, and borrowing $9,900.00 to be repaid over a period of 
three years. 

Article 3. It was moved to take up Article 3. It was voted 
to raise and appropriate the sum of $300.00 for the use of 
the Hillsborough dump for the ensuing year. 

Article 32. It was voted to rescind the purchase of the 
Herrick Property. 

The Selectmen appointed the following for the Deering, 
Planning Board. 

Dr. James Carew - 4 year term 
Leon Baghdoyan - 3 - year term 
Ernest Johnson - 2 - year term 

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Irving Ireland - 1 - year term 
Mark Treacy to serve as the Selectman "ex-officio". 
It was voted to adjourne without date. 

CLARA T. RICH 

Town Clerk 



SUMMARY OF WARRANT 
Property, Poll and Yield Taxes 



Levy of 196 


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DEBIT 






Taxes Committed to Collector: 






Property Taxes 




$ 93,418.01 




Poll Taxes 




458.00 




Yield Taxes 




2,508.70 




Added Taxes: 








Property 




176.00 




Poll Taxes 




2.00 




Overpayment on Taxes 




25.60 




Interest Collected 




.14 




TOTAL DEBITS 




$ 96,588.45 




CREDIT 






Remittances to Treasurer: 








Property Taxes 




$ 83,384.16 




Poll Taxes 




342.00 




Yield Taxes 




2,306.10 




Interest Collected 




.14 




TOTAL Remittances 




$ 86,032.40 


Poll Taxes Abated 




12.00 




Uncollected Taxes: 








Property Taxes 




$ 10,235.45 




Poll Taxes 




106.00 




Yield Taxes 




202.60 








$ 10,556.05 


TOTAL CREDITS 


$ 96,588.45 



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Levy of 1 966 
DEBIT 



Uncollected Taxes as of 

January 1, 1967: 
Property Taxes 
Poll Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
Added Poll Taxes 
Interest Collected 
Tax Sale Overcharge 



8,049.31 

118.00 

350.71 

2.00 

259.20 

4.03 



TOTAL DEBITS 




CREDIT 




Remittances to Treasurer: 




Property Taxes 


$ 7,699.59 


Poll Taxes 


100.00 


Yield Taxes 


250.71 


Interest Collected 


259.20 


Abatements: 




Property Taxes 


$ 166.17 


Poll Taxes 


16.00 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Yield Taxes 


100.00 


Property Taxes 


187.00 


Poll Taxes 


4.00 


Interest Due 


.58 



$ 8,783.25 



$ 8,309.50 



TOTAL CREDITS 



$ 473.75 
$ 8,783.25 





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DEBIT 




Uncollected Taxes as 
Property Taxes 
Property Added 
Interest Collected 


of 


January 1, 1967: 

$ 


69.35 

25.00 

3.88 


TOTAL DEBITS 










CREDIT 





Remittances to Treasurer: 
Property Taxes 



94.35 



98.23 



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Interest Collected 
TOTAL CREDITS 



3.88 



$ 98.23 



SUMMARY OF WARRANT 
State Head Tax 



Levy of 


1967 


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DEBIT 






Original Warrant 




$ 


1,425.00 


Added Taxes 






10.00 


Penalties Collected 






5.00 


TOTAL DEBITS 






CREDIT 






Remittances to Treasurer: 








Head Taxes 




$ 


1,070.00 


Penalties 






5.00 


Abatements 






25.00 


Uncollected January 1, 1968 






340.00 



TOTAL CREDITS 

Levy of 1 966 

DEBIT 

Uncollected January 1, 1967 
Added Tax 
Penalties Collected 



TOTAL DEBITS 

Remittances to Treasurer 
during 1967: 

Head Taxes 

Penalties 



Abatements during 1967 
Uncollected 



TOTAL CREDITS 



CREDIT 



325.00 

5.00 

26.50 



280.00 
26.50 



35.00 
15.00 



$ 1,440.00 



$ 1,440.00 



$ 356.50 



$ 306.50 



50.00 



$ 356.50 



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Summary of Tax Sales Accounts 
As of December 31, 1967 

Tax Sale on Account of Levies of: 

Previous 

1966 1965 Years 

DEBIT 

Taxes Sold to Town $2,465.07 $ 594.58 $ 313.90 

Redemption Costs 16.11 5.42 22.16 

TOTAL DEBITS $2,481.18 $ 600.00 $ 336.06 

CREDIT 
Remittances to Treasurer $1,309.37 $ 476.15 $ 336.06 
Unredeemed 1,171.81 123.85 

TOTAL CREDITS $2,481.18 $ 600.00 $ 336.06 

Total Remittances to Treasurer 
during 1967 $97,943.21 

HOWARD E. WHITNEY, 

Tax Collector 



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Town Treasurer's Report 

Fiscal Year January 1, 1967 to December 31, 1967 

INCOME 

Balance January 1, 1967 $ 34,086.02 

Taxes remitted by Collector 97,943.21 

Dog Licenses 290.60 

Automobile Permits 4,774.01 

Loans in anticipation of Taxes 20,000.00 

Refund a/c Old Age Assistance 609.57 

License to sell Giuis 3.00 

State and Federal Land 59.75 

Grader Loan 9,900.00 

In lieu of Taxes 166.17 

Capitol Reserve Fund 13,257.00 

Rebate on Insurance 103.00 

Pistol Permits 2.50 

Trailer Park License 25.00 

Rent of Hall 10.00 

Reimbursement Road Equipment 33.80 

Head Tax Refund 16.94 

Savings Bank Taxes 34.00 

Interest and Dividends Taxes 745.48 

Class V Highways 6,191.37 

Town Road Aid 7,243.30 

Refund a/c Porcupine Boimties 15.00 

State Share fighting Forest Fires 52.25 

Railroad Tax 10.09 

Trust Fund (School) 187.53 



TOTAL $195,759.59 

Selectmen's Orders Paid 155,268.23 



$ 40,491.36 
Checks Outstanding 6.17 



Balance December 31, 1967 $ 40,497.53 

CLARA T. RICH 

Town Treasurer 



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Summary of Receipts 



Current Revenue: 
From Local Taxes: (Collected and 
remitted to Treasurer) 

Property Taxes - 1967 $ 83,384.16 

Poll Taxes - 1967 342.00 

Yield Taxes - 1967 2,306.10 

State Head Taxes at $5 - 1967 1,070.00 

Total Cixrrent Year's Taxes 

collected and remitted $ 87,102.26 

Property Taxes and Yield 

Taxes - Previous Years 8,044.65 

Poll Taxes - Previous Years 100.00 

State Head Taxes at $5 

Previous Years 280.00 

Interest received on Taxes 263.22 

Penalties on State Head Taxes 31.50 

Tax sales redeemed 2,121.58 

From State: 

For Town Road Aid 7,243.30 

For Class V Highway 

maintenance 6,191.37 

Interest and dividends tax 745.48 

Railroad Tax 10.09 

Savings Bank Tax and Building 

and Loan Association Tax 34.00 

Reimbursement a/c State and 

Federal forest lands 59.75 

Fighting forest fires 52.25 

Reimbursement a/c Old Age 

Assistance 609.57 

Bounties 15.00 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

Dog Licenses 290.60 

Business licenses, permits and 

filing fees 30.50 

Rent of town property 10.00 

Income from trust funds 187.53 

Income from departments 33.80 

Motor vehicle permits (1966 - $44.80) 

(1967 - $4628.36) (1968 - $100.85) 4,774.01 

TOTAL Current Revenue Receipts $118,230.46 

Receipts Other than Current Revenue: 
Temporary loans in anticipation 

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of taxes during year $ 20,000.00 

Long term notes during year 9,900.00 

Insurance adjustments 103.00 

Refunds Head Tax 16.94 

Gifts in Lieu of Taxes 166.17 
Withdrawals from Capital 

Reserve Funds 13,257.00 

Checks Outstanding 6.17 

Total Receipts Other than Current Revenue $ 43,449.28 

TOTAL Receipts from All Sources 161,679.74 

Cash on hand January 1, 1967 34,086.02 

GRAND TOTAL $195,765.76 



Summary of Payments 



Current Maintenance Expenses: 




General Government: 




Town officers' salaries 


$ 2,449.75 


Town officers' expenses 


1,343.74 


Election and registration expenses 


197.17 


Expenses town hall and 




other town buildings 


381.32 


Protection of Persons and Property: 




Police department 


638.65 


Fire department, including 




forest fires 


824.32 


Moth extermination - Blister Rust 




and Care of Trees 


125.00 


Insurance 


1,583.00 


Bounties 


13.75 


Health: 




Town dumps and garbage 




removal 


300.00 


Highways and Bridges: 




Town Maintenance (Summer - 




$5,590.42) (Winter - $9,89L79) 


15,482.21 


Street lighting 


410.40 


General Expenses of 




Highway Department 


2,028.73 


Libraries 


30.00 



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Public Welfare: 
Old age assistance 782.75 

Town poor 493.04 

Public Service Enterprises: 
Cemeteries, including 

hearse hire 200.00 

Unclassified: 

Damages and legal expenses 401.80 

Taxes bought by town 2,465.07 

Discounts, Abatements and 

Refunds 1,196.29 

Employees' Retirement and 

Social Security 1,072.23 



TOTAL Current Maintenance Expenses $ 32,419.22 

Interest: 

Paid on temporary loans in anticipation 

of taxes 249.24 

Paid on long term notes 495.11 



TOTAL Interest Payments $ 744.35 

Outlay for New Construction, Equipment 
and Permanent Improvements: 
Highways Class V 6,191.37 

New equipment 

(Highway - $23,157.00) 23,157.00 



TOTAL Outlay Payments $ 29,348.37 

Indebtedness; 
Pajmnents on temporary loans 

in anticipation of taxes 20,000.00 

Payments on long term notes 10,393.16 



TOTAL Indebtedness Payments $ 30,393.16 

Payments to Other Governmental 
Divisions: 

State Head Taxes paid 

State Treas. 1,233.50 

Payments to State a/c Yield 

Tax Debt Retirement 395.17 

Taxes paid to County 5,704.27 

Payments to School Districts 
(1966 Tax $ 32,030.19) 
(1967 Tax $23,000.00) 55,030.19 



TOTAL Payments to Other 

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Governmental Divisions $ 62,363.13 



TOTAL Payments for all Purposes $155,268.23 

Cash on hand December 31, 1967 40,497.53 



GRAND TOTAL $195,765.76 



Detailed Statement of Payments 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 

Eleanor B. Fitzpatrick, Trustee of Trust Fimds $ 47.80 

Marjorie A. Heath, Auditor 28.68 

Eunice E. Willgeroth, Auditor 24.38 

William Kulbacki, Selectman 245.69 

Leon Baghdoyan, Selectman 44.13 

Clara T. Rich, Town Clerk and Treasurer 549.94 
Howard E. Whitney, Tax Collector 

and Moderator 924.06 

John E. Snow, Selectman 350.61 

Mark C. Treacy, Selectman 234.46 



TOTAL $ 2,449.75 

TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 

Hillsborough County Registry of Deeds - 

Registering Deeds $ 4.60 
Timothy K. O'Connor, Register - 

Registering Deeds 10.20 
Association of New Hampshire Assessors - 

1967 Dues 5.00 

Edson C. Eastman Company, Inc. - Supplies 121.61 

New Hampshire Municipal Association - 1967 Dues 30.00 

Marjorie A .Heath - Mileage and Expenses 7.70 

Brown's News - Envelopes 12.44 

Leon Baghdoyan - Mileage and Stamps 6.10 

Clara T. Rich - Expenses 51.70 

Howard E. Whitney - Expenses 114.00 

Pherus Press - Town Reports 499.70 
Genevra R. Laugher, Treas. - 

1967 Town Clerks' Asso. Dues 6.00 
Gladys Snow - Typing, and Address- 
ing Inventories 27.25 

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Gordon F. Burns Agency, Inc. - 

Public Official Bonds 175.00 

John Snow - Expenses 90.51 

William Kulbacki - Expenses 9.50 
C. Edward Bourassa, Register Probate - 

Furnishing 5 names .50 
N. H. State Treasurer - 

1967 Mobile Home and Boat Guides 19.78 

The Messenger - Advertising 92.30 

N. H. Tax Collectors' Association - 1967 Dues 5.00 

Homestead Press - Tax Collector's Supplies 42.75 
Branham Publishing Company - 

Auto Reference Books 7.50 
First National Bank of Hillsborough - 

Bank Service Charge 4.60 

TOTAL $ 1,343.74 

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION 

Pherus Press - Printing Checklists 

and Ballots $ 66.00 

Gladys Snow 20.08 

Evelyn M. Marotta 21.51 

Alice Kulbacki 15.73 

Laila Steele 22.94 

Harry W. French 16.49 

Ruth Wolf 17.21 

Marguerite Whitney 17.21 

TOTAL $ 197.17 

TOWN HALL 

Contoocook Valley Telephone Co., Inc. - 

Telephone $ 26.52 

Public Service Co. of 

New Hampshire - Electricity 114.99 

J. B. Vaillancourt - Oil 89.55 

William Dumais - Repairs to Furnace 24.30 

Harold Wells - Mowing Lawn 73.00 
Carroll E. Greene - Repairs to Plumbing 

and Wiring 30.46 

Hillsboro Lumber Co. - Electrical Supplies 5.29 

Anna Lushbough - Cleaning 17.21 

TOTAL $ 381.32 

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LEGAL EXPENSES 



Tiffany & Osborne 
Douglas S. Hatfield, Jr. 

TOTAL 



$ 311.80 
90.00 

$ 401.80 



ABATEMENTS 

Irving Ireland - Head Tax 
Archie McAlister - Property Tax 
Louis P. Roy - Property Tax 
Daniel K. Poling - Property Tax 
Charles Spiller - Overpayment of Tax 
Public Service Co. of New Hampshire 
Property Tax 

TOTAL 



$ 5.00 

29.00 
88.74 
48.22 
25.33 

1,000.00 

$ 1,196.29 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Donald Diimais - Chief 
Donald Dumais - Expenses 
Carroll E. Greene - Special Officer 
William Dumais - Special Officer 
Herschel Murdough - Police Officer 
Harry Rogers - Special Officer 
Harold Wells - Special Officer 
Blackinton Agency - Badges 

TOTAL 



325.28 

176.15 

6.45 

28.15 

32.98 

41.63 

L67 

26.34 



$ 638.65 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 

William J. Dumais - Chief $ 246.02 

Robert Noss, Clerk (Weare Fire Dept.) - 

Chimney Fire 8.00 

J. B. Vaillancourt - Gas and Oil for Fire Truck 8.66 

Town of Hillsboro - Fighting Forest Fire 24.75 

Treasurer, State of N. H. - Repair Warden's Radio 11.95 
Auto Electric Service Co. - 

Arrow Lights for Fire Truck 21.94 
Hillsborough Bridge Village Fire Precinct - 

Fighting Fires 263.00 
Hillsborough Bridge Village Fire Precinct - 

Tel. Answering Service 240.00 

TOTAL $ 824.32 



35 



BLISTER RUST CONTROL 
Treasurer, State of New Hampshire $ 125.00 

GAS TAX MONEY 



Carroll E. Greene 






Labor 


$ 


587.14 


Chain Saw 




55.00 


Loader 




288.00 


Sod for Blasting Cover 




20.00 


Thomas Greene 




163.95 


Raymond Daniels 






Loader 




1,509.38 


Truck 




906.85 


Fred Greene, Jr. 




21.75 


Florence Greene - Transporting Dynamite 


12.00 


N. H. Explosive & Machinery Corp. - 


Dynamite 


76.75 


Leon Daniels - Drilling and Blasting 




2,325.55 


Curtis Rowe - Backhoe 




225.00 



TOTAL $ 6,191.37 

DETAILED REPORT OF HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 



JANUARY, 1967 




Olive Mooney 




Truck 


$ 241.30 


Plow 


156.25 


Francis X. Mooney 


195.04 


Donald Dumais 


26.76 


Raymond Daniels 


5.02 


Plowing Snow 


328.00 


Loader 


47.50 


John Snow 


58.57 


Noi-man Lilley 


145.54 


Yeaton & Maine - Backhoe 


24.75 


William Putnam 


145.54 


Town of Henniker - Plowing Snow 


75.00 


Carroll E. Greene 


66.92 


Herschel Murdough 


25.09 


Robert Gorman 


11.71 


Suppliers 




R. C. Hazelton Co., Inc. - Aluminum Culvert 


216.30 


International Salt Co. - Salt 


1,206.62 


Ray Road Equipment - Cutting Edges, 




bolts and 2 Shovels 


93.03 


Raymond Daniels - Gravel (Loaded) 


8.80 



36 



Auto Electric Service Co. - Dry Gas and 

Starting Fluid 7.20 



TOTAL 


$ 3,084.94 


FEBRUARY, 1967 




Francis X. Mooney 


$ 212.24 


Norman Lilley 


221.67 


William Putnam 


263.49 


Donald Dumais 


8.36 


John Snow 


111.27 


Robert Johnson, Sr. 


26.77 


Herschel Murdough 


36.80 


Albert Johnson 


161.45 


Olive Mooney - Truck 


104.50 


Plowing Snow 


415.63 


Raymond Daniels - Plowing Snow 


673.93 


Loader 


52.50 


Yeaton & Maine - Loader 


45.00 


Suppliers 




Hillsboro Lumber Co. - Calcium Chloride, 




Axe Handles 


26.22 


Raymond Daniels - Gravel (Loaded) 


15.40 


Bolts 


1.00 


International Salt Co. - Salt 


604.37 


Olive Mooney - Gas for Oshkosh 


4.55 



TOTAL $ 2,985.15 

MARCH, 1967 

Francis X. Mooney $ 182.48 

Norman Lilley 160.60 

William Putnam 166.47 

John Snow 75.29 

Olive Mooney - Truck 187.80 

Plowing Snow 261.13 

Raymond Daniels - Plowing Snow 417.69 

Donald Dumais 23.42 

Yeaton & Maine - Loader 15.00 

Carroll E. Greene 120.46 

Steven Corliss 6.69 
Suppliers 

R. C. Hazelton Co., Inc. - Tie Rod Ends 26.66 

Raymond Daniels - Gravel (Loaded) 11.00 

TOTAL $ 1,654.69 
37 



APRIL, 1967 

Carroll E. Greene $ 397.70 

Loader 46.00 

Mileage 9.70 

Olive Mooney - Truck 233.60 

Norman Lilley 56.86 

Ernest Durgin - Truck 73.95 

John Snow 5.86 

Steve Corliss - Pickup 18.75 

Steve Corliss 33.46 

Robert McAlister 13.38 

Francis X. Mooney 6.69 

Thomas Greene 11.71 

Grover Clark 55.21 
Suppliers 

Donald Johnson - Gravel 92.40 
Sanel Industrial, Inc. - Cross Chains, 

Repair Links & 2 bbl. Motor Oil 170.77 

International Salt Co. - Salt 394.90 

Town of Hillsboro - Gravel (Loaded) 13.20 

Raymond Daniels - Gravel (Loaded) 31.40 

Henniker Machine Co. - Pressing Shaft 3.00 

J. B. Vaillancourt - Gasoline 157.50 
Jordan Milton Machinery Co. - 

Repairs to Grader 53.50 

Auto Electric Service Co. - Bolts 13.11 

Nelson Maine — Gravel (Loaded) 4.40 

TOTAL $ 1,897.05 

MAY, 1967 

Carroll E. Greene $ 305.92 

Loader 66.00 

Robert McAlister 53.54 

Robert Skerry 13.38 

Mileage 7.50 

Grover Clark 224.19 

Steve Corliss 6.69 

Olive Mooney - Truck 75.40 

Norman Lilley 28.44 
Suppliers 

Margaret Drost, Executrix - Gravel 16.20 
N. H. Explosives & Machinery Corp. - 

Dynamite and Caps 64.28 

TOTAL $ 861.54 

38 



JUNE, 1967 
Carroll E. Greene $ 304.00 

Loader 104.00 

Mileage 18.50 

Grover Clark 207.45 

Thomas W. Greene 6.69 

Norman Lilley 185.70 

Francis X. Mooney 63.57 

Robert Skerry - Pulling Rake 20.00 

Olive Mooney - Truck 81.20 
Suppliers 

Auto Electric Service Co. - Tools 3.14 

Sanel Auto Parts, Inc. - Acetylene 8.19 
Wyman's Chevrolet Co., Inc. - 

Repairs to Oshkosh 206.29 

Rice's, Inc. - Repair Grader Tire 7.00 
Ray Road Equipment - 

Potato Digger and Push Broom 11.09 

Hillsboro Lumber Co. - Chain Hooks 2.14 

James Wilson, Jr. - Gravel 8.80 

TOTAL $ 1,237.76 

JULY, 1967 
Carroll E. Greene $ 349.89 

Loader 46.00 

Thomas W. Greene 87.00 

Norman Lilley 224.18 

Grover Clark 60.23 

Francis X. Mooney 6.69 

Carroll J. Greene 13.38 

Robert Skerry - Towing Rake 32.00 
Suppliers 
Auto Electric Service Co. - Grease, 

Grease Gun, Tap 22.60 
Wyman's Chevrolet Co., Inc. - 

Repair Clutch in Oshkosh 229.26 

TOTAL $ 1,071.23 

AUGUST, 1967 

Carroll E. Greene $ 349.89 

Loader 186.00 

Mileage 2.00 

Norman Lilley 232.54 

Thomas W. Greene 44.34 

Donald Dumais 8.36 

39 



Suppliers 

Jordan Milton Machinery Inc. - 



Repairs to Grader 


170.29 


James Wilson, Jr. - Gravel 


13.20 


Hillsboro Lumber Co. - Axe Handle and Stone 


2.00 


TOTAL 


$ 1,008.62 


SEPTEMBER, 1967 




Carroll E. Greene - Loader 


$ 68.00 


Mileage 


8.00 


Thomas W. Greene 


73.61 


Norman Lilley 


78.63 


Suppliers 




Auto Electric Service Co. - Bolts 


5.19 


Ernest Durant - Signs (R. R.) 


24.00 


James Wilson, Jr. - Gravel 


1.80 


N. H. Explosive & Machinery Corp. - 




Nut for Grader 


7.15 


J. B. Vaillancourt - Fuel Oil 


85.16 



TOTAL 


$ 


351.54 


OCTOBER, 1967 






Carroll E. Greene 


$ 


204.31 


Loader 




78.00 


Mileage 




12.00 


Florence Greene 




15.90 


Raymond Daniels - Loader 




112.50 


Suppliers 






Hillsboro Lumber Co. - Chain and Hooks 




23.70 


N. H. Explosives & Machinery Corp. - 






Cable and Clamps, and Dynamite 




54.90 



TOTAL $ 501.31 

NOVEMBER, 1967 
Carroll E. Greene $ 251.56 

Loader 20.00 

Steve CorUss 76.96 

Robert Skerry - Towing Rake 40.00 

Raymond Daniels - Loader 120.00 

Plowing Snow 195.50 

Truck 21.25 

Donald Dumais 53.54 

Plowing Snow 16.00 
Suppliers 

Sanel Industrial, Inc. - Welding Supplies 16.26 

40 



Auto Electric Service Co. - Anti-Freeze 10.54 

Rice's, Inc. - Change Tires on Oshkosh 4.00 
N. H. Explosives & Machinery Corp. - 

Dynamite and Caps 46.88 



TOTAL 


DECEMBER, 1967 


$ 872.49 


Carroll E. Greene 




$ 311.65 


Loader 




28.00 


Truck 




160.00 


Steve Corliss 




227.53 


James Casey 




18.40 


Donald Dumais 




10.04 


Plowing Snow 




20.00 


Raymond Daniels - 


Plowing Snow 


112.50 


Truck 




369.01 


Loader 




83.60 


Suppliers 






Wyman's Chevrolet Co., Inc. 




Repaii'S to Oshkosh 


95.23 


J. B. Vaillancourt - 


Gasoline 


149.65 


International Salt C 


o. - Salt 


381.81 


Manchester Oxygen 


Co. - Refill Fire Ext. 


12.50 


Raymond Daniels - 


Sand 


4.70 



TOTAL $ 1,984.62 



41 



Report of Trustees of Trust Funds 
As of December 31, 1967 

RECEIPTS 
Balance of Income in Banks as of 

December 31, 1966 $ 2,798.36 

Income 1967 (Common Trust Fund) 



Principal Account No. 802956 


$ 


737.16 






Income Account No. 294190 




27.58 






Dividends - Boston Fund, Inc. 




373.75 






Eaton & Howard Balanced Fund 




130.68 


$ 










1,269.17 


Income 1967 (Non-Common Trust) 










Cemetery Account No. 326702 


$ 


18.37 






Town Appropriation 




200.00 






Sale of Cordwood 




25.00 






Sale of Cemetery Lots 




120.00 






Deering Capital Reserve 










No. 304659 




333.08 


$ 










696.45 


TOTAL Income 1967 


$ 


1,965.62 


GRAND TOTAL 


$ 


4,763.98 


EXPENDITURES 








Common Trust Fund 


$ 


187.53 






School Fund 










First National Bank - 










Box Rental 




3.00 






Cemetery Care - Labor 




707.14 






Materials 




25.58 






Transfer to Cemetery Account 










No. 326702 




394.79 


$ 








1,318.04 


Non Common Trust 










Legal Expenses 


$ 


10.00 






Surveying - East Deering 




40.00 






Withdrawal - Capital Reserve 




1,757.00 


$ 










1,807.00 


TOTAL Expenditures 


$ 


3,125.04 


42 











Balance of Interest in 
December 31, 1967 
Account No. 294190 
Account No. 326702 
Account No. 304659 
Checking Account 


Banks as 
CERTIFK 


of 

$ 


917.07 

298.37 

333.12 

90.38 


$ 




TOTAL 


:ate 




1,638.94 


GRAND TOTAL 


$ 


4,763.98 



This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report is complete and correct to the best of our knowledge 
and belief. 

CATHERINE L. CAREW 
ELEANOR B. FITZPATRICK 
EDNA S. YEAPLE 

Trustees 



Auditors' Report 

This certifies that we have examined the reports of the 
Selectmen, Tax Collector, Town Clerk, Town Treasurer, 
Trustees of the Trust Funds and the Library Treasurer for 
the fisccil year 1967 and find them correct. 
February 1, 1967 

MARJORIE A. HEATH 
EUNICE E. WILLGEROTH 

Auditors 



43 



Report of Trust Funds Town of Deering 



QU 



Name of Trust Fund 



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9-18-18 H. J. W. and E. P. Gove 
4- 1-13 Col. James F. Grimes 

I- 9-11 Betsey Blakeslee 
9-21-14 Eveline Heath Foster 
9-23-15 East Deering Cemetery 
9-23-13 Calister J. Wilkins 

4- 1-13 Vienna J. Clement 

5- 9-10 Lydia J. Atwood 
2-12-12 C. R. Austin 

12- 1-14 Franklin P. Goodall 
1885-1929 Desire Tubbs 
1899-1929 Racbael Dickey 
1920-1934 Faustina Otis Kenney 
4-27-22 Mary F. Chase 

II- 1-20 Cbas. A. Appleton 
11- 1-21 Mrs. J. H. Wallace 
11- 1-21 Josephine M. Smith 
4- 1-25 EUza D. Wilson-Smart 
2-1-26 Daniel D. Bailey 
6-20-27 Lizzie M. Center 
3-27-27 Richard Clement 
8-25-28 Sarah A. White 
11-30-28 C. Ida Tucker 

7- 2-29 Ella M. Abbott 
10-11-29 James S. Craine - Appleton 
Wm. S. Craine - E. Deering 
6-30-31 Robert Carr 
9- 2-31 Lorenzo Morse 

6- 3-33 John E. Loveran 
3- 1-34 Ada C. Butterfield 
11- 7-34 Henry Clay Brown 
€- 3-35 Edward Fulton 

10-26-40 Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Codman 

10-18-44 Susan M. Forsaith 

10-18-44 Chas. W. Forsaith 

1- 8-45 Harry D. and Edith M. Locke 

2-13-47 Benson Bowles 

1- 5-48 Effie-Eaton Barnes 



Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
School Fund 
School Fund 
School Fund 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 



Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 



Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Triist 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trxist 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 



44 



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12,160.98 
2,431.39 
121.71 
121.71 
243.34 
243.34 
121.71 
121.71 
243.34 
1,215.52 
1,215.52 
1,249.10 
478.11 
121.71 
121.71 
243.34 
121.71 
243.34 
182.37 
121.71 
121.71 
607.64 
121.71 
121.71 



162.72 
33.76 
1.70 
1.70 
3.40 
3.40 
1.70 
1.70 
3.40 
16.85 
16.85 
17.36 
6.62 
1.70 
1.70 
3.40 
1.70 
3.40 
2.52 
1.70 
1.70 
8.40 
1.70 
1.70 



12,329.70 
2,465.15 
123.41 
123.41 
246.74 
246.74 
123.41 
123.41 
246.74 
1,232.37 
1,232.37 
1,266.46 
484.73 
123.41 
123.41 
246.74 
123.41 
246.74 
184.89 
123.41 
123.41 
616.04 
123.41 
123.41 



61.90 
61.90 
63.73 



696.21 40.73 
100.00 8.15 
.41 
.41 
.82 
.82 
.41 
.41 
.82 
4.07 
4.07 
4.19 
1.60 
.41 
.41 
.82 
.41 
.82 
.61 
.41 
.41 
2.03 
.41 
.41 



516.93 

103.44 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 

10.41 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 

51.66 

51.66 

53.18 

20.31 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 

5.20 

10.41 

7.74 

5.20 

5.20 

25.77 

5.20 

5.20 



534.77 

103.44 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 

10.41 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 

61.90 

61.90 

63.73 

20.31 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 

5.20 

10.41 

7.74 

5.20 

5.20 

25.77 

5.20 

5.20 



678.37 
100.00 



51.66 
51.66 
53.18 



243.34 
121.71 
121.71 
121.71 
121.71 
121.71 
121.71 
243.34 
364.71 
243.34 
121.71 
121.71 
243.34 



3.40 
1.70 
1.70 
1.70 
1.70 
1.70 
1.70 
3.40 
5.05 
3.40 
1.70 
1.70 
3.40 



246.74 
123.41 
123.41 
123.41 
123.41 
123.41 
123.41 
246.74 
369.76 
246.74 
123.41 
123.41 
246.74 



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.41 
.41 
.41 
.41 
.41 
.41 
.82 
1.22 
.82 
.41 
.41 
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10.41 

5.20 

5.20 

5.20 

5.20 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 

15.48 

10.41 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 



10.41 

5.20 

5.20 

5.20 

5.20 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 

15.48 

10.41 

5.20 

5.20 

10.41 



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1-25-49 Charlotte & Harvey Clement 

10-7-49 Henry C. Gould 

4-22-49 Mary Atwood & C. Harvey 

9-14-49 Cuthbert Ryley 

1- 6-50 Wm. P. & Mabel Locke Wood 

7- 1 50 MaiT C. Atwood 
8-18-53 Chester P. McNally 

8- 6-53 Georgia Chapman 
9-14-53 Nettie Peaslee 

9- 7-55 Elmer Locke Memorial Fund 
12-2-55 Dinsmore — Appleton 

4- 5-56 Wm. P. & Obed Kimball 
2-28-56 Hoskins — Van Dommelle 
4-28-59 Almeda Hohnes 
11-4-59 Isabella H. Costine 
6- 6-60 Freeman- Wells-Drew Fund 

5- 7-62 Elmer Locke 
12-31-67 Total Common Trust Funds 

OTHER INCOME: 
12-31-67 Deering Capital Reserve 
12-31-67 Deering Cemetery Reserve Cem. Care Amoskeai 

GRAND TOTALS 



Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Iron Fence 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Flag Pole 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 
Cemetery Care 



Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 
Common 



Trust 
Trust 
Trijst 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 



Roads Amoskeag 



Savings Bank 
Savings Bank 



ANALYSIS OF THE COMMON TRUST FUND 







*-> 


Realize 
Princif 
12-31-< 


UO 


Realize 
Princif 
12-31-( 


1-13- 


■59 


Boston Fund Inc. 


$ 6,092.79 


$155.04 


$ 6,247.83 


1-31- 


-66 


Boston Fund Inc. 


4,959.36 


100.32 


5,059.68 


4-23- 


-63 


Eaton & Howard 












Balanced Fund 


4,043.03 


144.56 


4,187.59 






Savings Account 


14,734.22 


*14.33 


14,748.55 


12-31- 


-67 


Common Trust 












Funds Totals 


$29,829.40 


$414.25 


$30,243.65 



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607.63 8.40 616.03 50.00 2.03 

243.34 3.40 246.74 .82 

243.34 3.40 246.74 .82 

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243.34 3.40 246.74 .82 

243.34 3.40 246.74 .82 

243.34 3.40 246.74 .82 

243.34 3.40 246.74 7.58 .82 

182.37 2.52 184.89 .61 
478.10 6.62 484.72 1.60 
243.34 3.40 246.74 .82 

235.38 3.27 238.65 .79 
354.02 4.76 358.78 1.15 
411.46 5.72 417.18 1.38 
233.27 3.23 236.50 .78 

29,829.40 414.25 30,243.65 1041.32 100. 

11,500.00-11,500.00 0.00 1757.04 

394.79 
41,329.40-11,500.00 414.25 30,638.44 2798.36 



20.69 
10.41 
25.77 
10.41 
10.41 
20.69 
10.41 
10.41 
10.41 
10.41 

7.74 
20.31 
10.41 
10.03 
14.59 
17.51 

9.90 
1,269.17 



20.69 
10.41 
25.77 
10.41 
10.41 
20.69 
10.41 
10.41 
10.41 
10.41 

7.74 
20.31 
10.41 
10.03 
14.59 
17.51 

9.90 
1,318.04 



50.00 



7.58 



992.45 



333.081,757.00 333.12 

363.37 50.00 313.37 

1,965.62 3,125.04 1638.94 



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268 3,682.32 300 11.25 3,375.00 -307.32 



$13,640.33 



* Includes 
2-1 split 



$13,215.82 $-424.51 



47 



BOSTON FUND (Based on original investment of $4,998.65) 
Capital Gain 157.75 3.15% 

Cash Dividends 221.95 4.44% 



$379.70 7.59 % 
BOSTON FUND (Based on original investment of $4,959.36) 
Capital Gain 108.00 2.18% 

Cash Dividends 151.80 3.06% 



$259.80 5.24 % 
EATON & HOWARD BALANCE FUND (Based on original 
investment of $3,682.32) 

Capital Gain 148.50 4.03% 

Cash Dividends 130.68 3.55% 



$279.18 7.58% 
PRINCIPAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT - The $14.33 capital gain 
represents the value of fractional parts of shares paid to us 
in cash. Boston Fund $2.71 - Boston Fund $7.68 - Eaton & 
Howard Balanced Fund $3.94. 



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Library Financial Report 

Report of the Library Treasurer for the Year 1967 

Balance on Hand December 31, 1966 $ 50.20 

Receipts 

Selectmen July 1967 $ 30.00 

Bank Interest (1967) 2.39 



TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 32.39 



Opening Balance plus Receipts $ 82.59 

Expenses 

July 10 - Gaylord Bros. 

(Library supplies) $ 2.90 

August 1 - Appletree Book Shop - 

(New Book) 5.21 

August 31 - Pauline Champagne - 

Librarian 25.50 



TOTAL EXPENSES $ 33.61 



Balance on Hand December 31, 1967 $ 48.98 
Analysis of Cash 

Hillsborough Guarantee Savings $ 1.00 

Amoskeag Savings Bank 319978 40.56 

Cash on Hand 7.42 



TOTAL $ 48.98 

Respectfully Submitted, 

EDWARD J. SEGRELL 

Library Treasurer 



CERTIFICATE 

This certifies that we have examined the accounts of the 
Library Treasurer for the year 1967 and find them to be 
correct. 

MARJORIE A. HEATH 
EUNICE E. WILLGEROTH 

Auditors 



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Report of the Libarary Trustees 

The Deering Library was open, as usual, four hoiirs 
a week during July and August. Pauline Champagne was 
in charge and did a very nice job for us. 

Books from the State Library Bookmobile were availa- 
ble after the closing of the Library at the homes of the 
Trustees and the librarian, Mrs. Alberta Segrell. 

The total circulation was 252 books, an increase of 23 
over 1966. One new book was purchased "Jonathan Dear- 
born", a story of the war of 1812, by Wallace. 

An appeal for antique books for the Children's Histor- 
ical Book Collection at the State Library w^as received with 
interest by the Trustees as we had severed, including some 
Horatio Alger books of w^hich we have duplicates. We pre- 
sented these and received the following letter from Emil 
W. Allen, Jr., State Librarian — 

"It is a pleasure to thank you for your gift to the State 
Library of 28 books for the Children's Historical Book 
Collection. We appreciate your thoughtfulness in remem- 
bering the service which the Library tries to give in the 
State." 

We appeal to the citizens of Deering to take advantage 
of the service we are trying to give through the addition 
of the latest books of all types from the Bookmobile. 

MYRTHA IRELAND 
ALICE M. MICHIE 
MARGARET NUGENT 

Trustees 



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Forest Fire Warden's Report 

The year of 1967 will go down in history as a wet year al- 
though the early spring was dry and windy. During this 
time, we had many fires, unnecessary fire caiised by care- 
lessness and disregard for the common-sense fire laws and 
regulations. This lack of responsibility on the part of a few 
people hurts everyone. Let's work together to prevent 
the start of those unnecessary fires by: 

1. No burning between 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.. and then only 
with a permit from the Forest Fire Warden. 

2. Take all debris and waste to the town dump. 

3. Keep a clean, safe town dump. 

4. Urge close supervision of children in regard to use of 
matches. 

5. Exercise care with smoking material - use the ashtray. 

NUMBER OF FIRES & ACRES BURNED 

State 408 Fires 520 Acres 
District 113 Fires 97-34 Acres 
Town 3 Fires iy4 acres 

District Chief Winthrop H. Hannaford 

Warden William Dumais 



White Pine Blister Rust Control 

Financial Statement for 1967 

Town Funds Expended $ 125.00 

Cooperative Aid to Town 268.00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 393.00 

1967 Town Appropriation $ 125.00 

Town Funds Expended 125.00 



Balance Due Town $ 00 

Area Worked 979 acres 

Currant and gooseberry bushes destroyed 2460 



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Hillsborough County Estimated Budget 1968 



ESTIMATED REVENUE 




Income from Institutions: 




(a) County Farm 


$ 350,000.00 


(b) Jail 


16,000.00 


(c) County Hospital 


710,000.00 


Interest on deposits etc. 


25,000.00 


Reimbursements of expenditures 




for support of Poor, etc. 




(a) Old Age Assistance 


2,000.00 


(b) Direct Relief 


5,000.00 


(c) Boai'd and Care of Children 


35,000.00 


(d) Soldiers Aid 


500.00 


All Other Receipts 




(a) Miscellaneous 


3,000.00 


(b) Accounts Receivable 1967 Taxes 


29,101.17 


Cash Surplus 


126,578.70 


Total Revenue from all sources 




except Taxation 


$1,302,179.87 


Amount Necessary to be Raised by- 




County Tax 


1,963,140.13 


TOTAL REVENUE 


$3,265,320.00 


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 




General Government 




Salaries of: 




(a) Commissioners 


$ 15,000.00 


(b) Treasurer 


1,200.00 


(c) Auditors 


1,200.00 


(d) Attorney 


7,500.00 


(e) Asst. Attorney 


3,500.00 


(f) Sheriff 


2,400.00 


Expenses of 




(a) Above Officers 


61,870.00 


(b) Register of Deeds 


19,286.00 


(c) Register of Probate 


39,500.00 


(d) Judge of Probate 


3,400.00 


Care and supplies - Court Houses 




(a) Manchester 


18,200.00 


(b) Nashua 


20,500.00 


Superior Court 




Jury Payrolls 


100,000.00 


Statevs. Payrolls 


16,000.00 



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Referees and Masters 4,000.00 

Stenographers, etc. 40,000.00 

Expenses-Clerk of Court 37,400.00 

Sheriff & Deputies 23,000.00 

PubUc Welfare 

County Home and Farm 775,000.00 

County Hospital 1,000,000.00 

County Jail 130,000.00 

Direct Relief 50,580.00 

Old Age Assistance 140,000.00 

Bd. & Care of Children 264,835.00 

Soldiers' Aid 11,000.00 

Aid to Totally Disabled 33,000.00 

Welfare Admr. Expenses €7,900.00 

Surplus Commodities 7,000.00 

Interest 

On Temporary Loans 31,200.00 

Outlay, New Construction & Equip. 

Jail 25,000.00 

County Farm 75,000.00 

Hospital 50,000.00 

All Other Payments 

Cooperative Extension Ser. 38,000.00 

Insurance 33,849.00 

Emp. Retirement, S. S. Med. 115,000.00 

Delegation Expense 2,500.00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $3,265,320.00 

JAMES PETTIGREW 

Clerk 



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Births Registered in the Town of Deering 



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July 14 Concord Joseph Robert M L 1 W Robert E. Gorman 

Nov. 30 Concord Matthew Thomas M L 3 W Thomas F. Burke 



Deaths Registered in the Town of Deering 



Death 
Date Place 


March 9 


Concord 


April 2 


Goffstown 


July 10 


Concord 


July 19 


Deering 


Aug. 29 


Deering 


Aug. 27 


Hanover 


Sept. 10 


Goffstow^n 


Sept. 24 


Concord 


Sept. 19 


Hanover 


Oct. 21 


Concord 


Oct. 25 


Francistown 


Nov. 12 


Hanover 


Nov. 16 


Concord 


Dec. 12 


Manchester 



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Ludger A. Cote 
Charles Rowell 
Veleda D. Grimes 
Charles A. Cotta 
Lawrence M. Upton 
Marie J. Sawtelle 
Ruth Storm 
Spurgeon A. Taylor 
Silbia A. Clark 
Fred W. Carter 
Charles T. Putnam 
Fred C. Greene 
Mary E. Putnam 
Goldie M. Murray 



80 St. Pauls Bay P.Q. 

72 Stowe, Vt. 

69 Pittsfield, N.H. 

75 Skowheagan, Me. 

52 Lambert, Mont. 

25 Farmington, Me. 

62 Whitinsville, Mass. 

63 Ft. Fairfield, Me. 
87 Deering, N.H. 

93 Hillsboro, N.H. 

49 Westboro, Mass. 

55 Newbury, Vt. 

78 Lewell, Mass. 

80 N. Boston. N.H. 



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for the year ending December 31, 1967 



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Lora R. Whitney W Deering Oil Service Somerville, M. Deering, N.H= 

Joan C. Mozefsky W Deering Contractor Bridgeport Conn, Bridgeport, Conn. 

I hereby certify that the above return is correct, according to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. Signed Clara T. Rich Town Clerk 



for the year ending December 31, 1967 



Single 
Married 
Widowed 



Occupation Father's Name 



Maiden Name 
Of Mother 



Married Textile Worker George Cote 

Widowed Herdsman Orville Rowell 

Married Sylvania Louis Pishop 

Widowed Loom Fixer Fred Cotta 

Married Clergyman Walter H. Upton 

Divorced Factory Raymond Hodgkins 

Married Housewife Charles Harriman 

Married Retired R.R. Todd D. Taylor 

Single Bookkeeper Fred A. Clark 

Married Plumber Alonzo Carter 

Married Chef Carl S. Putnam 

Married Painter Carroll Greene 

Widowed Housewife Louis St. John 

Widowed Housewife Sylvester Webster 



Eloise Cote 
Dora Noe 
Hattie Reil 
Ehzabeth (unknown) 
Galilee (unknown) 
Velma Nadeau 
Georgia Magune 
Bertha Gee 
Katie Foster 
Sarah Colby 
Jennie Tilsen 
Mary Bailey 
Emeline Gauthie 
Angle Stimson 



I hereby certify that the above return iscorrect, according to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. Signed Clara T. Rich 

Town Clerk 



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Tj-ii u Charles H. Spiller 

Hillsboro p^^^.^j^ g_ Stafford 



Deering 24 W Machine Op. 
Deering 22 W Assembly 



T .7 TT -1 James W. Ho' Are Jr. 

Jan. 7 Henniker ^^j^^^^ Simpson 



N. Jersey 22 W Air Force 
Deering 28 W At home 



■ ., 1 , T^ • John Lunderville 

April IS Deermg j^^^^ ciogston 



Deering 39 W Welder 
Deering 35 W Bookkeeper 



A -1 on r. • i- Michael Sestito 
April 29 Bennmgton p^^^-^.^ Whipple 



Deering 21 W Mason 
Henniker 17 W At home 



\/r -T7 TT-11 t, Lionel Bradbury 

May 27 Hillsboro j^^^^ j^ LaPine 



Deering 51 W Paper Mill 
Jaffrey 38 W Ball Bearing 



c , r, Tj.,, , Angelo J. Gianni 

Sept. 9 Hillsboro j^^^-j^ j^ ^^^^^ 



Milton, Mass. 45 W Salesman 
Deering 36 W Secretary 



■KT 01 T\ ■ Whitney S. Yeaple 

Nov. 21 Deering Kathleen J. Clare 



Deering 47 W Teacher 
Concord 46 W Nurse 



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for the year ending December 31, 1967 



Place 
of Birth 



Parents 



Name 



Birthplace 






By Whom Married 



Henniker Herbert Spiller 
N. H. Doris Gardner 
Johnson CityRichard Munn 



N.H. 
N. H. 



N. J. 
Newark 

N. J. 
New 
Hampshire 
Claremont 

N. H. 
Unity 

N. H. 



Laura Prentice 
James Ho' Are, Sr. 
Evelyn Bledsoe 
Rufus Hill 
Pearl Lafond 
Clarence Lunderville 
Anna 

Frank Filault 
Ruth Gerber 



FraminghomPasquale Sesteto 

Mass. Margaret Adair 

Keene James W hippie 

N. H. Dorothy Fenton 

Deering Leon Bradbury 

N. H. Ethel Chambelain 

Deerfield William Gabo 

Mass. Sarai Roby 

Boston Guisseppe Giami 

Mass. Concetta Bondindare 

Cohassett Joseph Carew 

Mass. Catherine McCormick 

Rochester Whitney S. K. Yeaple 

N. Y. Edna M. Seiler 

Hartford Edward Clare 

Conn. Kathleen Carpenter 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. J. 

N. J. 

N. H. 

N.H. 

N.H. 

Germany 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

Mass. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Mass. 

Italy 

Italy 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Ohio 

Mo. 

Georgia 

N. Y. 



Rev. Walter Smith, 
1st Methodist Minister, Hills- 
2nd boro, N.H. 

Diamond A. Maxwell, 
2nd Justice of the Peace, 
2nd Henniker, N.H. 

Ernest E. Johnson, Jus- 
2nd tice of the Peace, Deering, 
3rd N.H. 

Barbara A. Huntley 
1st Justice of the Peace, 
1st Bennington, N.H. 

Rev. Alan Carpenter 
3rd Minister, Church of 
2nd Christ, Hillsboro 

Rev. Michael Auster, 
1st Roman Catholic Priest, 
1st Hillsboro, N.H. 

Rev. Clinton L. Morrill, 
1st Clergyman, Concord, N. 
1st H. 



I hereby certify that the above return is correct, according to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. Signed Clara T. Rich 

Town Clerk 



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